On Wednesday, Feb. 7, members of the Tech community and beyond celebrated Black History Month by attending the Institute’s Fifth Annual Black History Month Lecture featuring speaker Angela Rye. The theme of this year’s Black […]
To compare dry lessons about names, dates and events in a history course with a dramatized, for-profit television program based on names, dates and historical events is to miss the point of studying history. There […]
Kit, Molly, Samantha, Felicity, Josephina and Kirsten. These names are something near and dear to, not just my heart, but the hearts of thousands of twenty some year old women across the nation. These are, […]
On Sept. 26, Grant Field at Bobby Dodd Stadium will reach its 100th Anniversary, and will also host Tech’s nationally televised game with Virginia Tech as a centerpiece to the centennial celebration. For Tech, Grant […]
Three years after the Vancouver Winter Olympics, the prestigious competition is back in the spotlight as it travels to Sochi, Russia. Having hosted only one Olympics in history, Russia has its chance to exuberate its […]
IsraelFest returned to campus Tuesday afternoon for its annual exhibition of Israeli food, history and culture. This year’s event brought the ever-popular falafel dish and camels to the center of campus. The event was hosted […]
Martin Luther King III, the eldest son of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, delivered a speech in the Student Center Ballroom Wednesday advocating nonviolent action when contending with the many social, political and economic issues facing the nation.